The Deucecast Movie Show
Summary: A comedy podcast with pop culture repercussions, we record our weekly show on Wednesdays 9PM CDT. Join live and chat or tweet with us, or subscribe to the podcast and leave us phone messages with your questions as you listen at your leisure. The more the merrier, so thanks for tuning in!
Welcome to Episode 500... the episode speaks for itself. Its been a long road, a long ride, and we are happy and thankful to be here at FIVE HUNDRED...
Well, here we are, one week out from the biggest episode we've had since the last big episode we had. It's the Deucecast Movie Show and before we get to 500, we have to do 499. And in the spirit of the One Before, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are celebrating ones before... or more specifically, movies that have a story before the story that you've already seen...
The human world is definitely a mess, and life at the Deucecast is better than anything they got out dere... so come let us inspire you!
The big 5-0-0 approaches, but there are still movie discussions to be had before then! On the 497th excursion into podcast mediocrity, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl chat a bit, then get to Birthday Movies -- Sully is 5 years old! Wicker Park is 15 years old! And somehow the math is off, and The Shawshank Redemption is... 27 years old?
The Deucecast Crew, including Mikey and Dave, sans #TwitterlessDrEarl (who is spending time earning his minor is podiatry instead of being on this episode) love movies and the actors in them, and felt it was high time to pay tribute to those who have since departed this Mortal Coil... and to give the proper nod to the dead and buried, the Spawn of Scott Ryfun, that being Lil G, the pride of TyTy, joins the show for a look at the ones we miss!
As the summer begins to hit it's last days, it's last hot, muggy, sweaty, lava surface days, the movies roll on strong for the guys of The Deucecast Movie Show -- Mikey, d$, and #TwitterlessDrEarl all bring their list of flicker shows they've feasted upon in the last month or so, and are here to review them all.
The summer is winding down, the Deucecast Movie Show is headed toward 500, and another ReFlicktions is right around the corner... but first, the cherry atop the summer series.
The series finale of The Summer Series takes hold this week, as movies from 2015 to 2019 wrap up a look in the last fifty years of summer films.
Only a few weeks left in the vaunted, critically acclaimed Summer Series! This time around it's Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl holding down the fort as Mikey misses for only the 3rd time in 492 episodes.
A regularly scheduled break from the Summer Series as our monthly ReFlicktions episode rolls in...
The Summer Series has but a few time periods left as we approach the 2010s... but first, we have to finish out the 2000s -- that being movies released between Memorial Day and Labor Day in each 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009!
The summer is half over, and the summer series is rounding the corner toward the homestretch (that's a baseball metaphor for you folks out there). Mikey and Dave, again sans #TwitterlessDrEarl, take up the mantle of more summer cinema, this time the best from Memorial Day to Labor Day of 2000 to 2004, and the guys bring back Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess to the show.
As Will Smith would tell us, it's truly summer summer summer time... and once again, it's time to sit back and unwind, especially with our list of summer films from 1995 to 1999!
The heat is hot, the years roll by, the summer movies pile up, and the list gets better and better? What does that all mean? Heck if we know... but we do know that after 486 episodes, it was time to have on local Ghostbusters expert and awesome southern boy Brock Parker, co-host of the Bama Geeks Podcast!
One thing is for certain... the longer the Deucecast guys go between ReFlicktions episodes, the longer the episode is -- and this is no different. Buckle in, kids, as Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl take you on a 138 minute ride (only half as long as one of Dr Earl's movies) covering over 75 movies, several franchises, and Nic Cage's Wonderland.